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Three Trends That Will Revolutionize Federal IT

This new ecosystem allows agencies to experiment and adapt at a low cost.

Government’s Biggest Failures, 2001-2014

A scholar looks at recent instances of where government has fallen short, either in oversight or operations.

Archives Reminds IRS that Instant Messages Must be Retained

House Republicans scold commissioner for late disclosure of Lerner documents.

Navy security stands watch at the Washington Navy Yard, Sept. 19, 2013. The Washington Navy Yard began returning to nearly normal operations three days after it was the scene of a mass shooting in which a gunman killed 12 people.

How to Fix the Government's Security Clearance Mess

We need to continuously monitor who has top secret clearance. Here’s how. By Steve Nguyen

An unmanned drone used to patrol the U.S.-Canadian border.

Obama Wants Drones to Be Part of Border Migration Solution

Proposed emergency funding contains $39 million for aerial surveillance, including unmanned aircraft operations.

How 3D Printing Could Save the Postal Service

USPS could harness young technology into new business opportunities.

Russia Says U.S. Secret Service Arrest of a Russian Hacker Was a 'Kidnapping'

DHS arrested Roman Valerevich Seleznev for hacking into U.S. retailers' computer systems in order to steal credit card information.

DEA Anticipates Awarding Contract for Sensitive Justice Cloud

Potential savings are a key motivator for the drug-fighting agency's move.

Do You Want To Pay for USPS Shipping With Cash Or Bitcoin?

An agency inspector is polling citizens for an upcoming audit of potential “innovative payment methods” for letters and parcels.

The Commerce Department is housed in DC's Herbert C. Hoover Building.

Commerce, Prisons Bureau at High Risk for Losing Email

The National Archives scores agencies on compliance with records preservation laws.